They can be made real far ahead in advance. I have some that I made a year ago and keep in a cool , dark , tin round. don't put plastic with them and make a tent in the tin. Use Butcher paper from the grocery store or etc. Plastic is a ememy to isomalt, as I have been told? Also if they get cloudy just use a little vetegable oil or cooking spray lightly and that will restore them. Also I have been told but haven't tried it yet, is you can put a hair dryer heat on them . It helps put the shine back on them also as I understand. Not much heat, just a little . Also handle with cotton gloves , so you don't leave prints on them. Hope this helps, Happy Cake Decorating.
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4/18/10 at 9:34am